It's not a perfect picture, but I still think it is pretty cool! I took this from a distance with zoom. Sometimes less than perfect pictures are interesting too.....
Interesting position she is in. Her family is off for a lovely holiday. They gave me a detailed letter about her when they brought her to me yesterday. One of the things they mentioned was that she often does a happy dance at feeding time. So, last night, I watched her carefully as SHE watched me carefully preparing her meal. Nothing happened other than she watched my every move.
Isn't she gorgeous? Such a pretty, shiny coat. She is so different from the first girl in many ways. I've never seen a pup relax in that position though.
This is her this afternoon. I took several pictures and she didn't move. She is very calm.
I think she might be a little shy too. She doesn't pose for the camera or move with the flash like the first girl did. Anyway, last night was our first night and it was chilly. I fell asleep on the couch cuddled under my favourite pips quilt while watching tv. I woke up around 3 something and let the girl outside too while I was awake. I was cold then and went back to sleep.
Kinda like this, but I was back under my quilt :) Around 6:30, I woke up to some gentle nudges to the back of my head. This was a bit disconcerting as I am normally the only one here besides the geckos and ants. I remember groaning a bit and pulling the quilt up more, but the nudges continued.
They were gentle nudges, but insistent. When I didn't respond right away, the nudges moved from the back of my head to my face. OK then. Time to wake up.....
As I became coherent and started to get up, I saw her. She was doing "THE DANCE". She launched herself and did a complete spin mid air. She did it several times until I was on my feet.
How can a dog do that? Launch, complete spin, repeat.
Lucky me, I woke up smiling this morning. It was so cool to watch her be so happy to wake me up.
I think she is going to be fun to have around. It's all good.